It's harder to go back to college later on, to be honest. In all probability, you'd either end up going to school part time, or not at all. An idea is to go to community college while your husband goes to university, and study something that's in high demand and pays well where you plan to live, or if you aren't sure where you'll live, then in most regions of the US. Something that takes two years or less to finish, so you can get working asap. You'd make more money, for example, as a dental hygienist than you would working at a Walmart, even if you took two years off of working to do an associates in dental hygiene, so doing a program like that would really be to your advantage.
If this interests you, then look at majors like dental hygiene, physical therapy assistant, occupational therapy assistant. These pay well, have high demand, and only require an associates. See which community colleges in TX offer these majors, and when he's applying to UTA and other four year colleges, you're applying to the ccs near those schools that offer these majors.
By doing this at a cc, you'll minimize the amount of student loans you'd need. It may even be possible that you'll qualify for enough in grants to cover all or most of your school expenses, while he studies. And your income won't impact his financial aid, as you won't be working more than a part time job while you study, so not earning enough to do so. You'd please your parents (a bit) by going to cc and by going to college. You'd set yourself up for a solid life as well, just in case the worst happens and your marriage doesn't work out. So this is well worth considering.
In terms of family/married student housing, he'll need to contact admissions at the unis he likes and ask. Some unis offer it, some do not. Some that offer it only give it to grad students, or only to students with kids, so ask about this specifically. Also ask if there is a waiting list, and how long the list is, because even if they offer the housing, you may or may not get into it, if such housing is limited. If you don't get into it, what most students do is find an apartment off campus, so he'd need to ask the school/research availability of such apartments, costs, etc.